Vincent Potaki is a ride-hailing service driver that works with two major companies in Ghana, and he shares some encounters with riders; sex offers, security, disrespect, and more.
Vincent disclosed that he met several women who offered sex as payment, but the most unusual encounter was with a Nigerian lady he picked up at Osu.
“The moment she (Nigerian) sat in the car, she held my penis, so I told her to stop. Then she asked whether I thought she wouldn’t pay because of what she was doing.
But I told her no, I don’t want that. Most girls seduce men to avoid payment. I’m working. I’m a work-and-pay driver, and I have a target set for myself,” he said.
Besides the sex offers, Vincent mentioned that it is a risky job. The bolt driver stated that some passengers order rides to unknown destinations to attack them.
“They often rob us at Teshie. I was on my way to pick up two riders, and I had heard about the area robberies that often happen in Teshie. So I called the Nungua police to escort me to the place. They fled when they heard the police siren,” Vincent told DJ Nyaami.
Kindly watch the full interview below;
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